Cannabis For Animals

New Research Study in California Investigates the Use of Medical Cannabis for Animals

The School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California, Davis recently launched a research project to learn more about the use of cannabis products for pets. This project is the first of its kind when it comes to animals. Researchers with the university hope to inspire future research into the health benefits of cannabis for both animal and human patients with their survey.

Should animals use medical cannabis ?  Veterinarians do not have a hard yes or no answer for this question yet. That’s why this groundbreaking research is catching a lot of attention in California. Dr. Jamie Peyton, one of the chief researchers behind this project, recently interviewed with the Sacramento Business Journal.  See Full Story Here:

Cannabis Cuisine is the next Big Thing

Though no restaurant chef will come right out and tell you, they’re probably thinking a lot about cannabis cuisine, and so is everyone else in the food business. There’s serious gold in eating green.

Marijuana-infused edibles are surging in popularity, accounting for more than half of sales at Colorado dispensaries, and possibly half of the estimated $500 billion industry, according to Bloomberg News.

Official statistics on edibles aren’t yet available for local markets, but anecdotally, dispensaries are visibly upping their game, ditching old school brownies and cookies for haute ruffles, infused chocolates and snack mixes. See Full Story Here: